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If you've always wanted a bullpup airgun, this is the one you should get! The Benjamin Bulldog is shrouded. That means this pup has a big bite and a small bark!
Not only is it a repeater, but it's built with accessorizing in mind. You can put a flashlight, scope, bubble level and/or laser on your rifle and be ready for any situation that arises from dawn til dusk. In fact, any optical accessory made for the AR platform can be easily added to your Benjamin Bulldog.
Offered in both .357 and .457 calibers, the Bulldog offers multi-shot capability with easy follow up shots coming by way of a side lever action. If you're left-handed, don't forget to order our service to switch the side lever to the other side of the gun. Producing around 200 FPE in .357 and up to 450 FPE in .457, the Bulldog can take medium and large game ethically and effectively.
Our tech department did some velocity testing, and here's what they found using an .35 caliber, 81-grain JSB pellet. The reservoir was filled to 3,000 psi for this shot string. The ending pressure was 1,900 psi:
Shot 1: 897
Shot 2: 908
Shot 3: 903
Shot 4: 892
Shot 5: 882
Shot 6: 876
Shot 7: 864
Shot 8: 848
Shot 9: 833
Shot 10: 817
Using the .457 Bulldog with the Benjamin 279 grain flat nose slugs, from a 3000 PSI fill. Approximately 2200 PSI remaining after 3 shots:
Shot 1: 769
Shot 2: 747
Shot 3: 719
When you look for optical accessories, the Bulldog's manual states this: "Use of 37mm tall (Absolute Co-Witness) rings, widely used with the AR platform, are recommended." You may also use other sighting systems suited for AR platforms.
Tech Tip: Some of the longer and heavier slugs will not fit into the .457 magazine and need to be single loaded. In our experience, this includes most slugs that are 350 grains and heavier.
|Max Velocity||910 fpsMeasured with 81 gr. ammo|
|Trigger Pull||3.0 lbs|
|Muzzle Energy||200 ft/lbsMeasured with 170 gr. ammo|
|Max Shots per Fill||10|
|Operating Pressure||3000 PSI / 206 BAR|
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Using the 357 version, I like the accuracy, i like the fact that i likely have 10-12 kill shots, which most seasons is more shots that i fire all season. I have fired more this season because i needed to target practice. I am shooting wild feral hogs and deer, so far this season i have hunted twice, dropping a wild hog with a head shot, and a spike buck, also with a head shot. Both these shots have been close, 35 yards or so, as the season goes on, i will try to get and take longer shots and will report the results here.Things I would have changed:
Not much.What others should know:
I purchased 2 of the .357s , one for me, one for my wife. Unfortunately, my wife took a bad fall and injured her shooting shoulder and hasnt shot since, so that second gun has been fired only twice - me shooting to see that it was sighted in ok. On mine , i had PA do the magic to give mine a bit more power, and i added the suppressor from the Florida gentleman. We live in a neighborhood and the different the suppressor makes, is my wife can here the shot fired from her rifle (no suppressor) , when i shoot mine, which i do quite a bit in the back yard to target practice, she cant hear it at all. When I shot the spike buck, there was a doe with it, the spike dropped, and the doe jumped - seeing the spike go down - but the doe, just looked around, apparently did not hear the shot. I really like these guns - i am tempted to get the 45 except - the description says, it only has 3 shots. At 70 years old, i am not as accurate as I once was, so i like having extra shots.
It's fun to shoot. Plenty of power. Solid value for an accurate bigbore. Plenty accurate for my needs. I spent most of my life shooting less accurate airguns. I paid for the added power upgrade, although tPA isn't transparent about what's included in that package. Fingers crossed.Things I would have changed:
The fill cover is like a bad prank. Worst engineering job ever. So, the thing you have to access every five shots is a crappy little piece of plastic that doesn't fit well and is like wrestling a bear to take off? What were you guys thinking? How about fix it...ASAP! Idea: aluminum with a tough hinge and solid latch. The ping is a lot louder than it appears on videos I've seen. I have a Hill depinger on the way - to go with the DFL Ronin I have on it now. Looking forward toWhat others should know:
Watch a bunch of videos before you buy a Bulldog. Get familiar with modifications and the combined cost and effort to building a sweet rifle, for the money. The kit PA offers for this Bulldog includes a nice scope.
everything was goodThings I would have changed:
nothingWhat others should know:
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I am making drop dead kill shots at close range 35 yards - mostly because thats what my target set up is, and so i am waiting for shots at that range. I am seeing decent size hogs and deer at 100 yards - i havent tried a shot with the 357 yet at that range (tomorrow that could change). What ranges are you making kill shots - any at 100 yards or so?
Sorry for my ignorance.... looking at the Bullpup for my first air rifle. Will this shoot 9mm/.357 ball ammo or just bullet shaped projectiles ? Thanks in advance.
I find the H&N Grizzly 82 grain hollow point to be extremely effective at knocking down hogs / deer , these are bullet shaped projectiles, and they are not expensive.
when is Benjamin/Crosman gonna make a big bore air gun that isnt so darn forsaken ugly? its hard to buy and support american business when they are so far behind on market trends, the same ugly gun with nothing new for this long is a shame. forced to buy another Hatsan.
What Hatsan in the 357 is comparable to the Benjamin 357 bull pup ? I see a hatsan that has a 6 shot magazine, thats cool - but the muzzle energy is less than half the benjamin. That being said, i have a hatsan .30 cal , though its the break barrel - i tried to kill a trapped hog with it, was not successful, fortunately i had the benjamin bullpup slung over my shoulder, shot the hog - using the H&N Grizzle 82 grain hollow point, and the hog was dead (not a large hog btw, probably 105-110 pounds, very mean though) .
Hey Benjamin most of us are not interested in a gun that looks like a 2x4
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